It was a night to remember.
The Detroit Red Wings traveled to Raleigh to take on the Carolina Hurricanes for an important Monday night game with heavy implications on the current Eastern Conference playoff race.
The events that followed were historic.
The Hurricanes went into an absolute shell. They ended the night with no shot attempts, leaving this writer wondering just what the gameplan was. It’s almost as if they weren’t even playing.
Perhaps they were filling up on too many carbs during the pregame meal?
The coaching matchup of Bill Peters vs. Jeff Blashill was a sight to behold. It was reminiscent to a game of chess or even a highly strategic card game.
I won’t lie, I was so fed up with the way that this game was being played, or should I say, not being played, I decided to just stop watching.
Others resorted to, um, more drastic measures.
Things are getting out of control in the arena. I just saw someone running around in face paint with Stormy’s head on a stick.— Jamie Kellner (@jbkellner) December 20, 2016
Both teams should be ashamed of the effort they put forth on Monday night. Each and every fan in attendance should be given free(on) tickets to a future game for having to endure what they did. Including the musical selections.
Now playing at PNC Arena: Ice Ice Baby— Jamie Kellner (@jbkellner) December 20, 2016
#Canes president Don Waddell said crew working to get ice temperature down after cooling system leaked Freon.— Michael Smith (@MSmithCanes) December 20, 2016
We here at Canes Country will do our best and give many updates in regards to just what the Hurricanes decide to do about Monday night’s debacle. When we have an update to provide, we will give you an update as to when we will give that update.
UPDATE: We'll have another update in 15 minutes. Thanks.— Adam Gold (@AGoldFan) December 20, 2016
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Rank the Performances
Here’s your chance to weigh in on how you think the, uh, team performed tonight. Upvote the participants you think played well and downvote the ones who didn’t.
(And as an added bonus, you can add your own things to rank to tonight's ranker! You're welcome.)